Soumya Sarkar, the Bangladesh player, is absorbed on changing his starts into big, match-winning hits at the CWC, even if it means creation changes to his normal hostility. Grab your Cricket World Cup Final Tickets from our global event ticket sales market.
Since making his international entrance in December 2014, Sarkar has scored just two ODI centuries in 40 innings. Notwithstanding crossing 20 runs 24 times in ODI, he has recorded just nine fifty-plus scores.
In the CWC 2015, he had 20-plus scores in all five matches, but went on to score a half-century – 51 against New Zealand – on just one time. Now, he’s resolute to make amends.
“I was new in this international arena at that time,” he told presspersons on 28 March. “If I get the chance this year, there will surely be a good plan in place for the tournament.
“In many matches, I went out for 30 or 40. So I essential to overwhelmed this situation and plan accordingly. Probably I failed to manage back in 2015, but I learned many things.”
Sarkar has already showed the will to take his time and build the innings with his knock in the Tests against New Zealand earlier this year. The 26-year-old scored a enduring 149 – his maiden Test century – in the series opener in Hamilton, and spent 255 minutes at the crease.
“My aim was to survive,” he had said after that knock. “If I had hurried against this type of bowling, I think it would have negatively impacted me and the team … Once I was set, I tried to play the ball on merit.”
Sarkar is an obviously violent batsman who likes to take on the bowlers – his ODI strike-rate of 98.60 is evidence to that. However, he is now learning to familiarize to the situation and bat as per its stresses.
”Maybe the plan will be different. I played easily as a junior cricketer, but now I can’t play like this and will feel pressure,” he admitted.
“Though, I will try to execute my international experience after going there to the CWC. I will try to keep my bravery which I showed before in the CWC or Champions Trophy. I have been thinking about how my team will suffer if I throw my wicket away.”
Get the latest updates of Cricket World Cup Tickets from our trusted online ticketing platform. Cricket fanatics can book tickets on a reliable rate from our online ticketing market place.